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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Pet Belt”

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Pet Belt”.

Independent inventor Roy Garcia enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention, “Pet Belt”.

Do you feel like you are fumbling with too many things when you take your dog for a walk? So much stuff and nowhere to put it! That is exactly how the Pet Belt came to be…

Independent inventor Roy Garcia decided that he wanted to provide pet owners with a specially designed utility belt that would hold a variety of items needed while on a walk. The innovative Pet Belt will even allow for hands-free dog walking. The belt fits around the waist and has two pocket-type compartments that will allow for the secure placement of an mp3 player and cell phone. Other storage compartments will hold smaller items such as keys, change, a garage door remote, and more. A small zip top bag component will hold dog treats and another can be used for waste bags. There is also a unique cup-holding component for a beverage to be placed at the waist. Each compartment can be removed and replaced along the belt, as desired. Several heavy-duty clips are permanently positioned along the belt enabling the pet owner to connect the leash to the belt. This keeps the animal secure during a walk while hands can be used for other important tasks such as cleaning pet waste.



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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – Pet Tag Holder

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Pet Product for Holding Information Article”.

Independent inventor Sue Reilly enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist her in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for her clever invention.

Sue felt that jingling, dangling pet ID tags were a nuisance to move from one collar to another, and over time the tags often became faded and illegible. Even more alarming, the tags could become detached from the collar and be lost forever. Of the approximately 10 million pets that get lost every year, a staggering ninety percent never return home due to lack of identification. Well, this was a statistic that Sue Reilly could not accept!

Pet Product for Holding Information Article is a device for holding pet ID tags. A swinging panel on the unit can open for simple attachment to collar, harness or leash, and secures the product firmly in place by Velcro or other means. This feature also enables the product to be transferred easily to another collar, leash, or harness, if necessary. The unit features a side slot through which new tags or information can be placed, as needed, eliminating the dangling and jingling. The identification information can be changed on a daily basis if need be. For example, while vacationing with ones pet, the pet owner can slide in the “vacation” contact information and upon the return home, the home contact information can be replaced. Sue has an Issued Utility Patent on her invention.



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InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com: “Dog Hats”

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Independent inventor Irene Bray wanted her dogs to strut their stuff in style AND comfort…and she enlisted the help of Invention Home to assist her in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for her invention, “Dog Hats”.

Do you like to dress your pet, but feel that the look just isn’t complete without a hat? Inventor Irene Bray likes her pets to be dressed for success, and tried other dog hats/accessories on the market but found them difficult to attach. Irene noticed that they didn’t properly secure to the pet’s head and would fall off with any moderate movement. Not so with “Dog Hats”! In addition, many standard pet hat fasteners are uncomfortable for the dog; the dog will squirm and resist the accessory, making everyone frustrated. Not so with “Dog Hats”! While some existing hats are designed to fit securely, their harness attachments are cumbersome and so noticeable that they take away from the fun aesthetic design of the hat. Not so with “Dog Hats”!

This invention features two adjustable, elasticized straps, which are designed to criss-cross under the dog’s chin and are fastened to the hat in front of and behind each ear. They are fully adjustable to fit very large dogs as well as very small dogs and even cats! Dog Hats may be offered in many sizes and designs. Irene has an issued Utility Patent as well samples available.

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Invention Home offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Doodle Daley”

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Invention of the Week: The Doodle Daley

Inventor Susan Drexler decided that she needed a better way to clean up dog messes in the yard….

Are you tired of stepping in your dog’s “Doodle” or cleaning it up each day with a plastic bag that makes your regular trash can smell? Inventor Susan Drexler was, so she decided to do something about it. She invented the Doodle Daley which is a fire hydrant-shaped pet waste receptacle. It features a side-hinged lid for easy flip-top accessibility to the inner bag-lined holding area, and a handled scoop that can simply unsnap for use. The back of the unit features an attached stabilizing fork that lifts to act as a handle and lowers into the ground to keep the unit firmly in place. The unit also features wheels so that moving it around the yard is simple! Susan has filed for a Utility Patent on her invention.

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Invention Home offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at: http://www.inventionhome.com/info/index.asp?referred=wordpress